The Complete Cases

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  • C-246-07 Commission v Sweden Case C-246/07 Commission v Sweden [2010] Facts: All Member States were part of the Stockholm Convention, whose objective was to protect human health and the environment from specific pollutants. The Commission sought authorisation to submit, on behalf of the Community and the Member States, proposals to have certain chemicals included in the relevant Annexes to…
  • C-267-91 Keck v Mithouard Joined Cases C-267/91 and C-268/91 Keck v Mithouard [1993] Facts: Mr Keck and Mr Mithouard were being prosecuted for reselling alcohol products, in an unaltered state, at prices lower than their actual purchase price. In connection with these criminal proceedings, the Tribunal de Grande Instance, Strasbourg, referred for a preliminary ruling whether the prohibition of…
  • C-267-91 Keck v Mithouard Joined Cases C-267/91 and C-268/91 Keck v Mithouard [1993] Facts: Mr Keck and Mr Mithouard were being prosecuted for reselling alcohol products, in an unaltered state, at prices lower than their actual purchase price. In connection with these criminal proceedings, the Tribunal de Grande Instance, Strasbourg, referred for a preliminary ruling whether the prohibition of…
  • C-267-91 Keck v Mithouard Joined Cases C-267/91 and C-268/91 Keck v Mithouard [1993] Facts: Mr Keck and Mr Mithouard were being prosecuted for reselling alcohol products, in an unaltered state, at prices lower than their actual purchase price. In connection with these criminal proceedings, the Tribunal de Grande Instance, Strasbourg, referred for a preliminary ruling whether the prohibition of…
  • C-28-30-62 Da Costa Joined Cases 28, 29 and 30/62 Da Costa [1963] Facts: Three companies, Da Costa, Jacob Meijer and N. V. Rhenus, appealed the import duties applied for importing goods from Germany urging, by and large, that these were not compatible with Article 12 of the EEC Treaty. In connection with these proceedings, the Dutch administrative court…
  • C-283-81 CILFIT v Ministry of Health Case 283/81 CILFIT v Ministry of Health [1982] Facts: CILFIT, a wool importer, contested the amount it had paid by way of fixed health inspection levy. After exhausting all appealing procedures, the case reached the Court of Cassation, where the Ministry of Health argued that, in accordance to the facts, the factual circumstances of the…
  • C-302-00 Commission v France – Dark and Light Tobacco Case C-302/00 Commission v France (Dark Tobacco) [2002] Facts: The Commission brought an action under Article 226 EC for a declaration that by imposing a minimum reference price on all cigarettes and different tax rates on dark and light tobacco cigarettes the French Republic had failed to fulfil its obligations under the relevant Council Directives…
  • C-309-89 Codorniu v Council Case C-309/89 Codorniu v Council [1994] Facts: A Regulation reserved the use of the term “crémant” and its translations for certain wines manufactured only in France and Luxembourg. Codorniu, a Spanish manufacturer of wines under the trade mark “Gran Cremant de Codorniu”, sought a declaration that the relevant Article of this Regulation was void pursuant…
  • C-314-85 Foto-Frost Case 314/85 Foto-Frost [1987] Facts: Foto-Frost, a German importer of photographic goods, imported into Germany prismatic binoculars originating from Denmark and the United Kingdom. The competent customs offices initially allowed the goods to enter free of duty, but following a check considered that the customs duty was due under the German customs legislation. However, it…
  • C-35-76 Simmenthal 1976 Case C-35/76 Simmenthal [1976] Facts: Simmenthal was charged with fees for the veterinary and public health inspection of beef and veal for human consumption it imported from France via Modina, and commenced proceedings against the Italian administrative authority for their recovery, alleging that these inspections and charges were obstacles to the free movement of goods.…
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